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package org.apache.cometd.bayeux;
A Bayeux Message
A Bayeux message is a Map of String/Object key value pairs representing the data in the message. The message contains information about the channel it was published through and who the sender was

Author(s):
Greg Wilkins
Filip Hanik
public interface Message extends Map<String,Object>
{
    
Returns a reference to the client that sent this message

Returns:
Client - may be null
    public Client getClient();
    
Returns a reference to the channel that this message was published throuhg

Returns:
Channel - may be null
    public Channel getChannel();
    
Returns the unique id of this message

Returns:
String
    public String getId();
    
    
Sets the time to live in milliseconds. If the message hasn't been delivered when the time passed after the creation time is longer than the TTL the message will expire and removed from any delivery queues.

Parameters:
ttl long
    public void setTTL(long ttl);
    
    
Returns the time to live (in milliseconds) for this message

Returns:
long
    public long getTTL();
    
    
returns the timestamp in milliseconds(System.currentTimeMillis()) of when this message was created.

Returns:
long
    public long getCreationTime();
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